Here’s a selection of some of the adventures that await you!
New Orleans is synonymous with many things: bourbon, jazz, pastries. The good news is, the Deep South Adventure Tour gives you a chance to get a taste of all of this. You’ll eat po’boys (roast beef or fried shrimp, the choice is yours!) as you wander the streets, and you’ll lick the sugar from the breakfast beignets off your fingers as you set off for a day’s exploring. You’ll head down to Bourbon Street, where your Adventure Leader will take you on a rip-roaring bar-hop. And then, when you think you might need to dance a bit of the food off, we’ll take you to Frenchmen Street, where you can boogie the night away with some live music.
The steamboat is an iconic, enduring image of an America from a time gone by, but on this adventure with The Coyote Trip, you’ll board a bit of history and explore the Mississippi River. You’ll be able to see the sights from the water – and while you take it all in, jazz music gives you the true taste of New Orleans life.
Sometimes, the best way to see the sights of a brand new city is also the cheapest – on your own feet! Our Deep South Adventure Tour takes you on two informative, fun, explorative walking tours that will show you the best that these cities have to offer. First in Montgomery, you’ll take the ‘Capital of Contradictions’ tour, where you’ll stroll past some of the key historical sites in a city often overlooked for its contribution to US history.
Then, once you’re in Atlanta, Georgia, you’ll embark on the ‘Steps of Giants’ walking tour. Here, you’ll visit some of the key locations related to America’s fight for civil rights – including a reflective trip to the grave of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Have you ever wondered how to grapevine and scoot? Does country music get your toe tapping, but you don’t know how to brush and kick in time? On this tour, that’s all about to change, as you’re put through your paces in a bona-fida country dance class! Once you’ve worked up an appetite, we’ll take you Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, and then you’re ready to show off what you’ve learned as we hit the Honky Tonk Highway.